We have two responses to this video of Boogie gameplay: first, Boogie appears to be totally broken. Second, awwwwwwwwwww. NeoGAFfer Captain N's niece Kaelyn got a gold medal on "Brick House" by yelling incoherently into the microphone. For those of you unfamiliar with the Commodores' signature son...

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We haven't seen many reviews for the game yet, but what's out there certainly warrants discussion. It's been mostly good scores, but 1UP certainly didn't like it in the long run. But, without further delay, let's check out the reviews so we can get to the good part: your thoughts. GamePro (80/...

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With this week's lone release being EA's Boogie, it's likely that some of you fine folks out there have been getting down and dirty with the game. Maybe you've been waiting for this weekend to pick the game up? Or, maybe you don't care about it? If you don't want to Boogie, then what game (or game...

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This week sees the release of EA's Boogie and EA's Boogie alone. It's a game we've been watching here for quite some time, so we're anxious to see the final product. Set to include a microphone and an incredibly stylish replay mode, Boogie looks like it may be quite the success for EA. Do any of ...

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It's days like this that make us pine for a time machine. Can you imagine being able to tell you from five years ago the the biggest release one week would be an original IP from EA where you sing and wave your arms around to dance? Oh, and also, you appear to be a giant pink squid-Travolta ... an...

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John Riccitiello, the new CEO of Electronic Arts, made a surprising concession regarding EA's recent strategies, saying that they failed to anticipate the insane success of the Wii. Instead, they put the greatest portion of their next-generation investment into PS3 games, which is kind of unfortun...

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A new video for EA's Boogie has surfaced, showing us all how to do the thing in-game. Complete with a nunchuk and Wiimote, the video's hand model shows us how to move our character around, build up boost, and overall how to cut up some rugs. Should you be one of the many who're dying to get down w...

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While we've seen video of the editing function in action, we never knew the wide variety of effects one could put into their own user-created replay video could also include a 3D filter. Sure, we assumed such when we saw the first video, given that the 3D glasses icon is right there, but we're nev...

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Electronic Arts' Boogie for Wii is not a very competitive game. You can stop grooving mid-dance to change your avatar's outfit (just with the push of the A button) and receive no penalty. The purpose of Boogie, though, is not to be involved. This game is very clearly targeted for that Wii demograph...

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So what game -- Nintendo or third party title -- do you hope to see the most of of at this year's E3? Or rather, read the most news about, considering the new format. What game does it for you? Are you hoping for all the details on the new Metroid that are fit to print? Is it Boogie that gets you ex...

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Pull out your tapshoes and tambourine, the soundtrack for Electronic Arts' Wii rhythm game Boogie has just been revealed. There are 38 songs in all, spanning a rather eclectic list, from Jackson 5 to Jamiroquai, Kool & the Gang to The Black Eyed Peas. There's even MC Hammer's "U Can't Touch Thi...

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Boogie just looks like good, clean dancin' fun and we're really excited about giving it a try, particularly after seeing this new video of ... well, video! Specifically, the video-making function in the forthcoming EA title. Looks very easy to use, and the results are pretty spiffy. Seems that im...

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Even though some of us have played Boogie, the title continues to confuse others. Today's video pick is the first time it made sense for this writer: instead of a dancing-and-singing game, it's a game where you control a dancing-and-singing puppet. Finally, the lack of direct correlation between c...

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Well, we knew it wasn't going to be earth-shattering, but this first shot of the mic for EA's Singstar-meets-DDR Wii game Boogie doesn't even set off mild tremors. The USB unit is the first mic for the Wii, however, and that's gotta count for something, right? Still, we're not giving up hope for N...

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We finally get to see what the Boogie mic looks like and it ... well, it looks like a normal mic. Nothing too fancy, but RevoGamers has got the scoop on how it will be used in-game, not to mention anything else about the game that needs scooping. Machine translation doesn't do too well of a job tel...

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It's been rumored for well over a year that the Wiimote houses secret microphone functionality. As recently as this month, additional rumor fodder came in the form of one unused "audio translator" sitting idly inside each and every Wiimote. It's too bad then that the upcoming Wii rhythm game, Boogie...

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We've got some new venues to look at for EA's upcoming rhythm-based title Boogie and we must say these are some very snazzy-looking locales. We'll admit that the more that is revealed to us on the game, the more our desire for it grows. It honestly looks like EA might be giving us a good game here. ...

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Fresh from the Nintendo Media Summit, we've quite a few impressions of games coming out in the immediate future. Among them: Mario Party 8 Super Mario Strikers: Charged Big Brain Academy Pokemon Battle Revolution The Bigs Boogie My Word Coach Rayman: Raving Rabbids 2 We're most ja...

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Joystiq managed to get down with EA's Boogie while at the Nintendo Media Summit and their impressions were quite positive. Not only do they remark that the game looks great, but they also comment that the gameplay was fun and exciting. Also, they got some time with the karaoke portion of the game (w...

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The most pleasant surprise at this week's Nintendo Media Summit was the EA-developed rhythm/singing game, Boogie. I was pretty skeptical of the game from just the early screenshots that I had seen, and judging from the deserted EA booth, a lot of other people felt the same way. You'll understand t...

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